The formula for beryllium phosphate is BeHPO4, and it has a molecular weight of 104.99 g/mol. Beryllium phosphate in this form is also known as beryllium hydrogen phosphate.
Beryllium and its compounds have a variety of uses for both industrial and consumer products. Its most common applications are in electrical components, tools, missiles, computers, televisions and other metal-fabricating uses. One should handle beryllium in any form cautiously. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, inhalation of beryllium can cause inflammation of the lungs and acute pneumonitis. Prolonged exposure can lead to lesions on the lungs as well as lung cancer if left untreated.